What are our best campsites in Plouescat?
While we have several campsites in the south of the department, our only and best destination in the north of Finistère is Camping La Baie de Kernic.
Suited to peaceful and relaxing breaks in the north of Brittany by the coast, the campsite is set on a scenic shoreline patch of land, near to the town of Plouescat. With sandy beaches, sheltered bays and sand dunes, the lovely seaside setting brings fresh air, sunny days and plenty of smiles.
The campsite has a wealth of facilities and services that cater to holidaymakers of all ages, including a swimming pool with a paddling pool and waterfall, an outdoor playground and a bicycle hire. For children, there is a lively and educational kids club, and for adults, there are group fitness classes such as yoga and dance lessons.
Dining and shopping facilities at the site are great, and include a restaurant, mini market, takeaway service, bar, snack bar and bread delivery service. In terms of accommodation, guests can choose from a wide range of options including mobile homes and well-equipped tents.
What are the best things to do while camping in Plouescat?
The best things to do in Plouescat focus on the commune’s blissfully beautiful coastal locations, whether you are enjoying scenic strolls along the shoreline, lazing on white sandy beaches or trying a variety of water sports. The most picturesque beaches close to Plouescat include Plage des Amiets and Plage de Keremma.
There are also several cultural and historical attractions that merit a visit in and around Plouescat, including the Château de Kerjean, House Dunes Keremma in Tréflez, Menhir De Cam-louis, Manoir Tronjoly and Château de Maillé.
If you are on a camping holiday in Plouescat with the kids, the best child-friendly attractions are the La Ferme d'Eden Animal Park and Château de Kérouzéré.
Plouescat is a great base for exploring the whole department, and if you bring your own car or hire one during your holiday, you can discover all the best attractions in Finistère. Plan ahead, start your day early and set off on an adventure to check out several of the department’s best sightseeing opportunities such as the Oceanopolis Aquarium in Brest, the stunning Crozon peninsula, the Barnenez hilltop Megalithic mausoleum, Armorique natural regional park and the enchanting Huelgoat Forest.